Oct. 18 Sloop, Isabel, Charleston. 1 You threatened first to compel them to sign that constitution, so long as you thought they would resist it; but no sooner did you see them quite ready of their own accord to submit to it than we heard no more about this. Still however, though one might suppose this ought to have satisfied you, you persisted in calling them heretics, 鈥渂ecause,鈥?said you, 鈥渢heir heart belies their hand; they are Catholics outwardly, but inwardly they are heretics.鈥? 彩票刷流水兼职 "From the Piccadilly I trailed her to the Plaza, just above Fifty-ninth Street, on Fifth Avenue. There was a touring-car waiting by the curb. In it she met Mr. Shattuck. A few minutes later he was seated opposite the head of that firm, a trig little man with apple cheeks and shiny pink pate鈥攈e need not be named. Every yachtsman knows him. You have accordingly been repeatedly told that as your discussion turns on a matter of fact, you would never be able to bring it to a conclusion without declaring what you understand by the sense of Jansenius. But, as you continued obstinate in your refusal to make this explanation, I endeavored, as a last resource, to extort it from you, by hinting in my last letter that there was some mystery under the efforts you were making to procure the condemnation of this sense without explaining it, and that your design was to make this indefinite censure recoil some day or other upon the doctrine of efficacious grace, by showing, as you could easily do, that this was exactly the doctrine of Jansenius. This has reduced you to the necessity of making a reply; for, had you pertinaciously refused, after such an insinuation, to explain your views of that sense, it would have been apparent to persons of the smallest penetration that you condemned it in the sense of efficacious grace 鈥?a conclusion which, considering the veneration in which the Church holds holy doctrine, would have overwhelmed you with disgrace. The very struggle and effort which generous Southern men make to stop the regular course of trade only shows them the hopelessness of the effort. We fully concede that many of them do as much or more than any of us would do under similar circumstances; and yet they know that what they do amounts, after all, to the merest trifle. I shot a quick glance at Belle, who nodded. It was evident that Vina had not expected to meet this friend. "McGann's, Third near Fifty-Eighth."